ACC U-19 Women’s Championship 2010 - Scorecard - Singapore v Nepal

Venue : Singapore
Dates : 4th - 12th October 2010

SINGAPORE v NEPAL
at Yorker
October 7, 2010

25 overs a side

NEPAL WON BY 70 RUNS
Nepal won the toss and chose to bat
Nepal: 159 for 2 off 25 overs
Singapore: 89 for 9 off 25 overs


NEPAL
Batting
R
B
4s
6s
Sita Magar b P. Jain 13 22 1 0
Manisha Rawal not out 62 75 7 0
Sarita Magar c V. Sethi b S. Radhakrishnan 13 18 2 0
*Nary Thapa not out 47 36 7 0
†Mamta Thapa DNB
Geeta Chudal DNB
Shradda Aryal DNB
Rubina Chhetri DNB
Aarati Bidari DNB
Sonu Khadka DNB
Anjali Chand DNB
Extras: lb11 ,w12, nb1 24
Total 159 for 2 off 25 overs
Fall of wickets:
1-45 (7.2 overs, M.Rawal 22*) 2-71 (12.2 overs, M.Rawal 32*)

SINGAPORE
Bowling
O
M
R
W
Dhanalakshmi Eramurthy 5 0 25 0(1w)
Tanya Sen 5 0 38 0(3w, 1nb)
Vritti Sethi 5 0 25 1(1w)
Priyanjali Jain 5 0 26 1(5nb)
Smrithi Radhakrishnan 5 0 34 1(1w)

SINGAPORE
Batting
R
B
4s
6s
Dhanalakshmi Eramurthy c M.Rawal b G. Chudal 6 33 0 0
Roshni Ramesh run out (S.Magar) 1 4 0 0
Tanisha Moghe b R.Chhetri 0 5 0 0
Pabithra J run out (A.Chand) 0 1 0 0
†Nattasha Acee lbw R.Chhetri 0 1 0 0
Smrithi Radhakrishnan b N.Thapa 1 7 0 0
Tanya Sen b N.Thapa 0 3 0 0
*Priyanjali Jain not out 30 37 4 0
Vritti Sethi b S. Aryal 44 57 6 0
Shafina Mahesh b S. Khadka 0 3 0 0
Ayshwarya Venkatarama not out 0 1 0 0
Extras: b1. lb1, w6, nb1 9
Total 89 for 9 off 25 overs
Fall of wickets:
1-3 (1.6 overs, D.Eramurthy 1*) 2-3 (3.5 overs, D.Eramurthy 1*), 3-3 (4.1 overs, D.Eramurthy 1*), 4-3 (5.1 overs, D.Eramurthy 1*) 5-4 (6.2 overs, D.Eramurthy 1*), 6-4 (6.5 overs, D.Eramurthy 1*) 7-10 (9.6 overs, P.Jain 2*) 8-86 (23.5 overs, P.Jain 27*, 9-89 (24.5 overs, P.Jain 30*)

NEPAL
Bowling
O
M
R
W
Sonu Khadka 5 1 18 1(2w)
Rubina Chhetri 5 1 11 2(1w)
Nary Thapa 5 2 5 2
Geeta Chudal 3 0 8 1(1w)
Aarati Bidari 1 0 4 0
Anjali Chand 2 0 16 0(1nb)
Sarita Magar 2 0 15 0(1w)
Shradda Aryal 2 0 10 1

Player of the Match: Nary Thapa (Nepal)

Scorers: Nasir Madakia (Singapore), Jeraj Puvaneshan (Singapore)
Umpires:Narges Lafooti (Iran), Mithilesh Misra (Singapore)